Presentations

Call for presentations extended to Thursday 19th May.

If you would like to present at this year's iMoot, or view the list of approved presentations, you have come to the right place.
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The high quality of the presentations that we have at the iMoot is what keeps both presenters and attendees coming back year after year. If you are new to presenting at an iMoot - don't worry, you'll get help and guidance from the team to make sure everything runs smoothly.

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Miriam Fischer

Collaboration in Moodle

Content Type: Online Teaching and Course Creation

Language: English

Description of Presentation

Today we live in a social age. We are all connected and active in different networks, virtually as well as in the real world. Collaboration is key for successful learning and working. It requires visualization, in order to be traced and reflected. One of my questions is therefore: How can we design collaboration, motivate learners and visualize results in Moodle?

When presenting their thoughts or their work to peers, students leave trace of their own learning, not only for teachers, but for their own reflection and documentation, and of course also as inspiration for others. By getting used to collaborate, students also lose fear of exposing themselves, they are motivated and enabled to participate, to take responsibility. This is why I firmly believe that collaboration is key for succeeding in the social age we live in.

My basics for course creation are Gilly Salmons 5-stage model of online teaching and learning and Bloom’s taxonomy, adapted for the digital age by Andrew Churches. Julian Stodd delivers important thoughts on social learning. 

Every stage of an online course requires different types of interaction and collaboration. In my presentation I’ll show examples of small collaborative learning modules, a reflection on how to combine learning objectives, methods and ways of collaboration in Moodle.  

Added: Friday, 13 May 2016, 1:07 AM
Last Modified: Friday, 13 May 2016, 3:33 AM

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